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Special Weather Statement issued October 22 at 3:11PM PDT by NWS

- Wet And Windy Through The Weekend For Southwest Washington And Northwest Oregon - A Moist And Slow-moving Frontal System Is Bringing Widespread Heavy Rain To Southwest Washington And Northwest Oregon Today. The Band Of Heaviest Rain Will Slowly Shift Southeast Through This Evening - Before Becoming Confined To The Lane County Cascades

Cascade Foothills in Lane County; Cascades in Lane County; Central Coast Range of Western Oregon; Central Columbia River Gorge; Central Oregon Coast; Central Willamette Valley; Coast Range of Northwest Oregon; Greater Portland Metro Area; Lower Columbia; North Oregon Coast; Northern Oregon Cascade Foothills; Northern Oregon Cascades; South Willamette Valley; Upper Hood River Valley; Western Columbia River Gorge

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Wind Advisory issued October 22 at 2:11PM PDT until October 23 at 11:00AM PDT by NWS

- Gusty Winds In The Shasta Valley In Northern California And Highway 31 In Eastern Oregon This Afternoon Through Thursday Morning - .a Cold Front Will Bring Gusty Winds To Northern California And Parts Of Eastern Oregon This Afternoon And Evening. The Strong Winds Will Continue Overnight And Will Impact Traffic In The

Central and Eastern Lake County

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